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Sunday, January 2, 2011

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Frank has left a new comment on your post "Newspaper Column, A MATTER OF TIME":


I think you're right on! Blurry pictures of bigfoot are a fact of shooting photos. People that have never done so need to understand that out in the forest especially at night is difficult at best to get any animal in clear view. The very nature of the surroundings make it almost impossible to obtain a clear shot. Shadows, brush, plants and humidity will all make these shots blurry. Then you have a creature that is moving. With all of that the blurry pic of Clyde is not bad. Using light can make them even more unreasonably blurred. Over the years I have never got a good shot at anything after dark. I think the ESP team were extremely lucky not to have been attacked by this thing.

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